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  Reply # 1128371 14-Sep-2014 15:50
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mckenndk: Have they said what LTE band's it supports yet?


It supports band 28 - and category 6 LTE with carrier aggregation. One of the most compelling reasons to upgrade in my book!




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  Reply # 1128376 14-Sep-2014 16:03
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NikT:
mckenndk: Have they said what LTE band's it supports yet?


It supports band 28 - and category 6 LTE with carrier aggregation. One of the most compelling reasons to upgrade in my book!


Hmm have to think about it, I am going to be in Canada over much of next year so might be best waiting or go for a local model over there.

Would not mind to try the Edge model.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1128385 14-Sep-2014 16:22

mckenndk:

Hmm have to think about it, I am going to be in Canada over much of next year so might be best waiting or go for a local model over there.

Would not mind to try the Edge model.


You'll need 1700 & US 700MHz bands (13/17) for Canada, probably be better to go for a local model. Could always get a Blackberry if you want the full Canadian experience, eh? ;)




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  Reply # 1128389 14-Sep-2014 16:25
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NikT:
mckenndk:

Hmm have to think about it, I am going to be in Canada over much of next year so might be best waiting or go for a local model over there.

Would not mind to try the Edge model.


You'll need 1700 & US 700MHz bands (13/17) for Canada, probably be better to go for a local model. Could always get a Blackberry if you want the full Canadian experience, eh? ;)


Umm I want a SMART phone laughing.

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  Reply # 1129722 16-Sep-2014 10:51
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What is the release date-ish for NZ of the Note 4?

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  Reply # 1129737 16-Sep-2014 11:06

motorwayne: What is the release date-ish for NZ of the Note 4?

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Hasn't been announced yet AFAIK.




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  Reply # 1129743 16-Sep-2014 11:09
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they are saying oct but no specific date yet

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  Reply # 1129762 16-Sep-2014 11:31
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i hope they announce it soon my vouchers burning a whole in my pocket with limited time yet - else I might have to settle for the iphone6plus - no!!

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  Reply # 1129815 16-Sep-2014 12:28
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What voucher?

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In case anyone missed it Displaymate tested the Note 4 screen - they rate it the best screen ever to grace a mobile device based on overall display characteristics. In particular they highlight one of the lowest reflectance values recorded, the brightest mobile screen recorded (in auto-brightness mode, which has a higher max brightness than manually), absolutely superb colour accuracy in the "basic" screen mode, and the usual impeccable viewing angles seen in AMOLED screens. Across the board excellent measurements, basically.




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  Reply # 1129907 16-Sep-2014 13:30
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Voucher just a voucher towards a phone after dramas.

Awesome to hear re the screen. Thanks for the info



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  Reply # 1130096 16-Sep-2014 17:14
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I just spotted that article, IMPRESSED!

http://www.androidauthority.com/galaxy-note-4-edge-screen-525740/

 


http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_Note4_ShootOut_1.htm


Ive seen a US date for the Note 4 for mid October but nothing at all for the Edge
this article doesnt look great for the Edge so far:  http://www.gottabemobile.com/2014/09/15/galaxy-note-edge-release-problems-emerge/

 

this site seems to be the most reliable so far for any indication of pricing on both phones, even though its UK...

 

http://www.clove.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-note-edge
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - £575 inc. VAT = $1,140.81NZ
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
- £650.00 inc VAT = $1,289.63
c
onversions done on xe.com today

anyone know if an Admin could edit the title of this thread??
to read: 

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & Note Edge announcement, Discussion & Owners Thread

 





Galaxy Note 8 - I love BIG Phones & I can not lie!  Laughing #notelove

 

Samsung Galaxy Note II, Note 4, S7 Edge, Note 8

 




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  Reply # 1130134 16-Sep-2014 18:00
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US release dates are rumored on a couple sites as Oct 3 or Oct 10....

http://www.gottabemobile.com/2014/09/15/samsung-galaxy-note-4-release-date-beat-iphone-6-plus/#at_pco=smlwn-1.0&at_si=5417cfedad010358&at_ab=per-2&at_pos=0&at_tot=1


so who knows when NZ will get them!

 

when the Note 2 was due to arrive, I was hounding VF & Samsung for a release date, they said they'd 'make an announcement' for it once its available.
yet the next week I happened to be in Auckland & saw it was available in Auckland vf stores! Hence I got one immediately! lol. But I didn't see any announcement either




Galaxy Note 8 - I love BIG Phones & I can not lie!  Laughing #notelove

 

Samsung Galaxy Note II, Note 4, S7 Edge, Note 8

 


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pinkbellbird: this site seems to be the most reliable so far for any indication of pricing on both phones, even though its UK... http://www.clove.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-note-edge
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - £575 inc. VAT = $1,140.81NZ
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
- £650.00 inc VAT = $1,289.63
c
onversions done on xe.com today


Clove are excellent, purchased a good many phones from them (and also wrote for their blog for a time). Cannot recommend them highly enough. Be aware that orders from NZ will NOT be charged VAT, so use the Clove price exclusive of VAT. They will be charged GST on arrival of course (sometimes if they are shipped Royal Mail they may slip through without attracting GST, but this cannot be relied upon and when they do get picked up it can lead to delays in receiving the phone of up to a couple of weeks, from my point of view better to ship Fedex and pay GST in order to receive the new shiny ASAP).




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If anyones Interested - Full Specs from Samsung.com

http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxynote4/note4_specs.html

http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxynoteedge/noteedge_specs.html

lots of glossy pics there & also info on the other new products, Gear S, Gear VR & Gear Circle

 

 




Galaxy Note 8 - I love BIG Phones & I can not lie!  Laughing #notelove

 

Samsung Galaxy Note II, Note 4, S7 Edge, Note 8

 


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